Naomi Long (all): Publish your list of donors
PM: We do, but in NI it must be voluntary.
Barclay (Con): Dodgy foreign doctors are killing English people
PM: Let’s ensure doctors coming to England can at least speak English
This week, Ed Miliband stops on NHS reforms though thousands outside parliament prepare for a day of protests. Low blows and no answers for the British economic malaise. Here is the Prime Minister’s Questions translated for your reading pleasure:
Nick Boles: We need to exit Afghanistan without looking like we’re saying it’s fucked, though it is.
So I found out yesterday that I am not allowed to run for a position in UAF due to a mistake made by my union branch. UAF rather than giving me an opportunity to correct the mistake have refused to let me stand citing bureaucratic reasons. Who would have thought trying to get rid of [...]Read more →
Another week, another Prime Minister’s Questions. Cameron seems to be on the ropes after the farce of the emergency meeting this week, so predictably, Ed Miliband cashes in.
Betts: You said you want to cut crime but you are cutting police numbers.
PM: Crime is down and we’re cutting bureaucracy
Javid: Coach crash in France affected my patch, [...]
Another week, another Prime Ministers’ Questions, though David Cameron this time really seemed to be upset This is what we heard and tweeted in the week when demonstrations were happening in Belgravia for Occupy Oil, and the Queen commemorated the 60th anniversary of her father’s popping his clogs.
PM: I pay my tribute to the Queen [...]Read more →
So it was the big day for Welfare Reform Bill, with plans of cutting benefit to disabled children, cancer patients and families living in adequate accommodation. Labour had a big chance to show whose side they were on and… well read it for yourself.
Farrely (Lab): You are cutting front line officers. Stop that shit
PM: Labour [...]
Wednesday 25th January 2012 was a momentous day; the first year anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution celebrated with protests and demonstrations, Peter Tatchell turned 60, Bob Crow finally got to complain about the press and Ed Miliband appeared to have a good Prime Minister’s Questions.
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It was the first PMQs of 2012, and Ed Miliband didn’t appear to have much of a comforting break. Perceived harsh criticisms from his guru, Lord Glasman, tepid polling, shortly followed by his embarrassing blackbusters’ gaffe. David Cameron meanwhile has postured on executive pay, made some potentially counterproductive interventions on the future referendum on Scottish independence. Also [...]Read more →
After 139 people were arrested last Saturday, the Congolese peoples in London are out on the streets again on Wednesday morning.
Meet Wed 14th December 11am at the DR of Congo Embassy,
March to DOWNING STREET SW1.
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